Education News Roundup: April 19, 2012


Today’s Top Picks: New Brookings Institution report looks at economic segregation in schools. It finds Utah in better shape than national average. Utah Technology Council says there’s a talent shortage in Utah. KSL and D-News continue to follow the Canyons Superintendent Doty story. Trib speaks up against the process for picking State School Board candidates. What happens when you aren’t part of the common core and people look at your math standards? Take Texas as an example. Should teachers friend students on Facebook? Not too long ago ENR’s doctor put him on a diet that has put ENR in the running for the American Broccoli Council’s Man of the Year, but he’s a fat old man. And what are kids going to think if that same diet hits schools? Links to these stories and more are in the April 19 Education News Roundup. . . . → Read More